The SME Magazine (September/October 2018)

TOP STORY

The evolution of sme financing

The need for SME financing has not changed throughout the years, but the process and options available have now altered drastically.

CASHFLOW is the lifeblood of every business. Yes, revenue and profits matter, but any seasoned business owners will tell you that it is cashflow that will quickly make or break the company in the long run.

TOWKAYS

Alex and Arthur Chua might have started on vastly different career trajectories but they have reunited to run the family business.

CUTTING EDGE

Two Japan-inspired family businesses - sashimi box seller Katto and confectionery shop Kele - have launched kiosks as part of their expansion plans.

SINGAPORE1000 & SME1000

BH Mining & Petroleum is acquiring the capabilities it requires to continue on its expansion track.

SINGAPORE1000 & SME1000

HUB Distributors is embracing new technology to better service its customers.

SINGAPORE1000 & SME1000

Koufu Group has succeeded by providing quality food and service while remaining true to its Singaporean roots.

SINGAPORE1000 & SME1000

LOBB Heng Group was founded in Singapore in 1993 to trade in base metals, and is today one of the leading suppliers of non-ferrous metals for export to China.

SINGAPORE1000 & SME1000

WHEN Singapore-based food manufacturer Woodlands Sunny Foods realised that its core market of Japan was at risk of being shut off due to changes in Japanese trade policy, it sought to expand to other markets in Asia.

SMART CAPITAL

Banks are responding to a new platform economy and changing customer demands.

BUDDING ENTREPRENEURS

Lee Junxian, co-founder and CEO of Moovaz, is looking to leverage on data analytics and machine intelligence to solve the pain-points in logistics.

SPACE

Buildings of the future must be designed and customised with the needs of end-users in mind.

SPACE

A list of asking rents for office and industrial spaces, and sales caveats.

NEWBIZ

A listing of companies with issued capital between S$200,000 and S$5 million.